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177669
SUBJECT AREA Medical
CREATED ON 15th May 2017
COMPLETED ON 28th May 2017
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Expert hired: ROGERS KIMATHI

Health Disparities among Low Socioeconomic Status

THIS IS AN ALR: ANALYTICAL LITERATURE REVIEW: ALR Grading Rubric The students’ Final ALR Report will be graded based on the CSUEB ILO Written Communication Rubric (May 2015) below. Students must pass the ALR assignment based on the requirements below to pass this course. Students who cannot pass the ALR assignment at the level indicated will not pass the class. Student with serious difficulties should also be referred to SCAA or other resources for remediation and assistance with writing. Statement of purpose, thesis or controlling idea: Demonstrates clear understanding of purpose of communication. Clearly develops thesis. Adheres to topic. Demonstrates an adequate understanding of purpose. Generally develops thesis. Demonstrates inconsistent or superficial understanding of purpose. Shows minimal development of thesis. Lacks an understanding of purpose. May have inadequate or missing thesis. Audience awareness: Demonstrates clear understanding of audience. Demonstrates an adequate understanding of audience. Demonstrates inconsistent or superficial understanding of audience. Lacks an understanding of audience. Organization, cohesion, and clarity: Uses clear structure and a range of transitions, and is easy to follow. Has adequate structure with some transitions, and is generally easy to follow. Has minimal structure and few transitions, and is somewhat difficult to follow. Lacks structure and transitions, and is difficult to follow. Presentation of supporting ideas: Presents ideas and evidence that clearly support purpose, thesis, or controlling idea. Presents ideas and evidence that generally support purpose, thesis, or controlling idea. Presents ideas and evidence that minimally support purpose, thesis, or controlling idea. Does not present ideas or evidence that support purpose, thesis, or controlling idea. Language usage, sentence structure: Uses a variety of sophisticated and varied sentence structures. Demonstrates appropriate language choices. Uses somewhat varied sentence structures. Generally demonstrates appropriate language choices. Uses little variation in sentence structure. Generally demonstrates appropriate language choices. Lacks variation of sentence structure. Uses language that is consistently hard to follow. Mechanics: grammar, punctuation and spelling: Shows correct use of grammar, spelling & punctuation. Shows mostly correct use of grammar, spelling & punctuation. May have occasional errors in grammar that do not disturb meaning. May have grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors that are distracting and occasionally interfere with meaning. Contains grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors that are highly distracting and often interfere with meaning Each student who passes the course with a grade of C or better must pass her or his Final ALR Report by meeting all the requirements. Students who cannot pass the Final ALR Report as measured by these requirements will not pass the class. ALR Specifications The following specification is the required level for passing this course’s Final ALR Report. The numbers below following each specification are links to the relevant section of the APA Manual, 6th Edition. 1) Technical Requirements a) Has Title – 2.01, 2.02 b) Times New Roman c) 12 pt d) double-spaced e) 1” margins all around f) At least 1500 words g) No more than 2500 words h) Proper Headings – 3.02 – 3.03 i) Free of major grammatical errors – For this requirement, students will be evaluated based on the CSUEB ILO Written Communication Rubric. Successful students should write at level 3 - 2 to pass the assignment. The students must be at the 3 level or mix of 3 and 2. j) Free of spelling errors. 2) The ALR Final Report is well-organized, using a clear and easy to follow structure ( See Chapter 3). 3) The ALR Final Report has a Title Page (See Chapter 2). 4) The ALR Final Report has an Abstract (See Chapter 2). 5) The ALR Final Report has an Introduction section (See Chapter 2). 6) The ALR Final Report has a Method section (See Chapter 2). 7) The ALR Final Report has a Results section (see Chapter 2) 8) The ALR Final Report has a Discussion section (See Chapter 2). 9) The ALR Final Report has a Conclusion section. 10) The ALR Final Report has a References section (see Chapter 2). 11) The ALR uses sufficient relevant and reliable sources to demonstrate mastery of the topic. A minimum of 10 peer-reviewed journal articles is required. Each peer-reviewed journal article must have a volume number and page numbers in addition to other components. A journal issue number may also be required. Each book must have a publisher location and publisher name in addition to other components.) 12) Students must submit the Final ALR Report to Turntin (and receive an Originality Score of 9% or lower) and also deliver a stapled hard copy to class on the due final report date. Students
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